Dr. Glidden received her Ph.D. from the University of Washington at Seattle. She teaches courses on area studies (Africa, Latin America, Middle East), development, and environmental politics. Her research interests include social movements, indigenous politics in Latin America, Cuba, energy policy, and environmental politics. She teaches several courses with travel abroad to Cuba, Ecuador, South Korea, and Turkey. Professor Glidden is the Program Director for SUNY Oswego's Global and International Studies program and coordinates the Sustainability Studies Minor. She is currently the director of OUTSTEPS, an interdisciplinary network of scholars and practitioners studying sustainability and resilience in the lower Great Lakes region.
- social movements
- environment and sustainability
- identity politics
- Latin America
- "Cuba's Energy Revolution and 2030 Policy Goals," (co-authored with Mario Alberto Arrastía-Avila), International Journal of Cuban Studies 9, no. 1, 73-90. 2017. https://doi.org/10.13169/intejcubastud.9.1.0073
- "At the Margin's Edge: Women's Movements in Ecuador," (co-authored with Melanie Shaffer-Cutillo), Women's Studies 46, no. 1, 22-40. 2017.
- Understanding Energy and Energy Policy (co-authored with Timothy F. Braun). Zed Books, 2014.
- "The Cuban Spring Fallacy" (co-authored with Lana Wylie). International Journal of Cuban Studies (Winter 2013).
- Mobilizing Ethnic Identity in the Andes: A Study of Ecuador and Peru. Lexington Books, 2011.
- POL 150 - Making Sense of the World
- POL 203 - Intro to Political Theory
- POL 207 - Intro to Comparative Politics
- POL 327 - African Politics
- POL 337 - Middle East Politics [syllabus]
- POL 357 - Latin American Politics [syllabus]
- SUS 115 - Foundations of Sustainability
- POL 387 - Global Environmental Politics [syllabus]
- POL 409 - Comparative Energy Policy [syllabus]
- POL 328 - Politics & Literature: Harry Potter
- GLS 200 - Introduction to Global Issues
- GLS 400/POL 497 - Seminar in Globalization
- IPS 320 - Intro to Integrative Professional Studies